Alan To has organised dozens of events relating to local yum cha culture since 2014. Photo: K. Y. ChengAlan To has organised dozens of events relating to local yum cha culture since 2014. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Alan To has organised dozens of events relating to local yum cha culture since 2014. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

How yum cha experience can make a great starter for those interested in Hong Kong’s cultural scene – and help the needy

  • Yum Cha Together, set up by Alan To and his wife, aims to connect the community with under-resourced charities and their beneficiaries
  • The work has earned To a nomination for a Spirit of Hong Kong Award

Topic |   Spirit of Hong Kong
Alan To has organised dozens of events relating to local yum cha culture since 2014. Photo: K. Y. ChengAlan To has organised dozens of events relating to local yum cha culture since 2014. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Alan To has organised dozens of events relating to local yum cha culture since 2014. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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